They try hard here to provide excellent service, and they succeed. The food, however, at least on that night, was not memorable. We both ordered escargots baked in a garlic and parsley butter sauce, as an appetizer. My wife, not being very hungry requested an additional appetizer, and I ordered the crab stuffed red snapper which comes with several sides. For wine we chose a decent Pouilly Fuisse, which was quite inexpensive, we thought.
The escargot were good but not great, and I don't recall the other appetizer my wife had, but she thought it was good.
The entree was very nicely presented, and deserved the effort I made to photograph it. Hope I remember to attach it! Presentation is important to me, and this was elegantly done. The taste? It left something to be desired. Living in the Virgin Islands, I'm quite familiar with the tastiness of saltwater fish like snapper, and this was pretty bland. And the subtle cream sauce with which it was brushed wasn't enough to enliven it. And it was over-cooked, and dry. Some salt would have helped, but it being nighttime, and having slightly elevated blood pressure, I decided against it. The ambience was pleasant and relaxing with suitably dim lighting. I alone ordered desert - vanilla ice cream stuffed profiteroles, covered with a chocolate sauce, and sprinkled with walnuts. It was excellent! The price, which I don't remember, was obviously in line with what I expected to pay. But then again, I expect to pay for haute cuisine and good wine. Some people on this site seem surprised at bills that others consider reasonable. Would we return? Probably. It deserves another chance.
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